year's, but it was up significantly yesterday, and who knows if we get a deal, it might go up if this bill looks like it's going to pass, it will go up a little bit. that tells me there's this sort of new york-d.c. disconnect here. one side sees a deal that can be completed, and that's not how politics works anymore. if a deal doesn't go through by tomorrow morning, i'm not so pessimistic that we're going to see some type of steep drop. if the deal fails, though, then i think we're back to that moment in september, october of 2008 when the dow dropped 777 points in a single day. >> all right. reid wilson, ryan grim, thank you both. we're just moments away from the house beginning their debate on this. well, thank you so much for watching. keep it right here on msnbc as the house officially gets back to work and, of course, happy new year to all. coverage continues on the fiscal cliff vote here on msnbc, the place for politics.